unique Things to do in Malaysia

• Participate in Malaysia Sports & Recreation :
Malaysia is the destination of choice for sports and recreation. Literally a world unto itself, you will come face-to-face with adventurous Malaysia. The Niah & Mulu Caves of Sarawak, Pangkor and the Layang-Layang islands, the beaches of langkawi and Tioman and the forest reserves of Taman Negara are some of the loveliest places for sports and recreation that provide the ultimate thrill to anyone with a penchant for adventure.

• Enjoy Diving in Malaysia :
The tropical waters off both Peninsular Malaysia and Borneo offer some of the world's best scuba diving. This is a place endowed with some of the sport's best possibilities. You can dive with whale sharks, and hover around immense coral gardens. In many places, you can get more than 100 feet of visibility. Because of the hundreds of islands, there are many dive options.

• Have fun and go Spelunking :
Nature has been almost as generous to Malaysia regarding its caves as it has with the rain forest. Both the world's largest single cave chamber, and the longest cave passage in Southeast Asia can be found in Sarawak's extraordinary Gunung Mulu National Park. In fact, almost every national park in Malaysia has a significant limestone cave system, and many of them offer guided tours, with varying levels of penetration.

• Go for Biking and Mountain Climbing :
The flat coastal roads offer not only great scenery, but are also excellent for cycling. The countryside offers a varied and interesting terrain for serious mountain bikers. The state's mountains, such as Gunung Gagau and Gunung Tebu, also present exciting challenges for mountain climbers, as do the mountains of Sarawak and Sabah.

• Visit Batu Caves :
Batu Caves are another visually enchanting natural marvel in Kuala Lumpur. Carved out of limestone, these meticulously sculpted caverns are sacred Hindu shrines. Visit the link Batu Caves Kuala Lumpur for more information.

• Be amazed by high Patronas Towers :
With a height of 452 meters above street level, Petronas Towers rise above the skyline of Kuala Lumpur. Petronas Towers have become the symbols for the astounding growth that has taken place in Malaysia over the last two decades. Visit the link Petronas towers Kuala Lumpur for more information.

• Celebrate Malaysia Festivals :
Possibly nowhere in the world is the calendar as filled with religious holidays as in Malaysia. And possibly nowhere in the world is there an open-door policy like Malaysia's for religious festivals. Visit the link Malaysia Public Holiday to plan your trip experience the land of colorful festivals and tradition.

• Don't Miss the Underwater World Langkawi :
Underwater World Langkawi is the largest in Asia. It features more than 5,000 marine and fresh water fishes in over 100 tanks. It is a marine showcase featuring both fresh and salt-water fish and other forms of marine life. For more information visit the link Underwater World Langkawi.

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